Hadi: End of Houthis in Yemen ‘will come soon’
Yemeni president Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi gave a televised speech from Aden, a first since returning from exile
Yemeni president Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi has said that the “end of the Houthis will come soon” in a televised speech on Wednesday night.
Hadi also used his speech to address the Yemeni people on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, which comes two days after his return to Aden since six month in exile.
The Yemeni President also attacked Houthi militias and former deposed president Ali Abdullah Saleh for “waging an unjust war in a number of governorates that have killed scores of innocent people and destroyed civil and state instructions because of their coup.”
He also stressed that they "are being defeated one battle at a time in various fronts and will soon be eliminated at whatever costs."
Hadi also pointed out that Eid celebrations in Aden coincides with the victories being achieved by pro-government forces during the past two months in Lahij, Abyan and Shabwa and Marib.
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